Quick, soothing relief is all that we ask for when afflicted with saddle sores. After all, no matter how careful you are, the effects of heavy training will wreak havoc on sensitive skin. So, in other words, we're all susceptible. It's for this very reason that Doc's Skin Care introduced its new Saddle Sore Ointment.
Doc's was founded in 2010 by Dr. 'Doc' Joshua Barton, who, as a competitive cyclist himself, felt that cycling-specific skin care products were ineffective and too expensive. So, instead of practicing regretful acceptance, he set out to create a new line of products that were made with all-natural ingredients for cyclists, triathletes, runners, and endurance athletes alike. Now, Doc's provides a skin care line that focuses on three areas: protection during sporting activities, repair when the aforementioned protection wasn't enough, and aiding in normal recovery.
The Saddle Sore Ointment falls under the second and third categories, containing a formula made from the natural wound-healing properties of lavender, tea tree oil, rose hips, meadow foam, Shea butter, jojoba, chamomile, calendula, and olive oil.
As with all of Doc's products, its Saddle Sore Ointment contains only essential ingredients, keeping it light and not overly greasy. Applying a small layer of this formulation aids in soothing hot spots, chafing, and raw skin overnight.
Doc's Saddle Sore Ointment comes in a 1.5 ounce jar and is manufactured in the USA.